Machine quilted flowers finish off a beautiful bedrunner by Christine Baker February 24, 2017 written by Christine Baker February 24, 2017 544 Yesterday on QUILTsocial, we talked about 2 ways to use WonderFil DecoBob thread for longarm machine quilting, and I shared a bunch of simple filler designs that can be used for modern-looking quilts. Today, I have one more UFO to finish and since I loved using the WonderFil Master Quilter with DecoBob in the bobbin, I’m going to use them again for this project. Master Quilter loaded on the Gammill The bedrunner that I’m quilting today was made on QUILTsocial last October. I used the Northcott’s Artisan Spirit – Euphoria line of fabric, and I can’t wait to get it quilted. Essential steps for sewing borders with setting triangles Bedrunner made with Artisan Spirit – Euphoria fabric from Northcott Fantasy flowers Here’s a nice design that I like to use for quilts that have a floral theme. It combines a modern flower, echoes, sawtooth, and curlicue motifs to make one complex looking machine quilting design. Here’s a video showing how I stitch this lovely design. Machine quilting Fantasy Flowers – Christine Baker Fairfield Road Designs – YouTube Christine Baker of Fairfield Road Designs demonstrates how to machine quilt her “Fantasy Flower” design on a bedrunner using WonderFil’s Master Quilter thread. Here’s a close up of one of the flowers that I machine quilted with the WonderFil Master Quilter thread. I really like how the design looks on the bedrunner! Close up of the flower design Here you can see the overall design that joins the different motifs. You can see how the largest motif in the design is the flower, and that they all point in different directions as they progress along the quilt. The flower design on the bed runner Wow!! That’s a lot of binding!! Wow – now that I have all of these projects quilted, they all need to be bound. I had many of the bindings already made, so I’ve sewn them on to the projects, and now I just need to sit and stitch. I guess I better find a good movie on Netflix! Thanks for joining me this week as I experimented with these longarm threads from WonderFil. I’ve enjoyed trying them all on my longarm machine, and I’m looking forward to using them on other future projects! My pile of quilts ready for hand stitching the binding This is part 5 of 5 in this series. Go back to part 4: 2 ways to use WonderFil DecoBob thread for longarm machine quilting Print this page or save as a PDF 0qs143bmachine quilted flowersmaster quilter thread FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Christine Baker I have been designing and publishing quilt patterns for the last 16 years under the business name Fairfield Road Designs. My patterns range from fusible applique and piecing to felted wool applique and punchneedle. You can see all of patterns on my website www.fairfieldroaddesigns.com. previous post Using PFAFF’s passport 3.0 stitches to add charming details to a table topper next post More fun with the new Brother NQ900 sewing machine YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... Why DecoBob isn’t your average bobbin thread Use Silco thread to add more punch to... When your quilting calls for threads to be... 1 foolproof method for perfect, smooth and clean... Why WonderFil Tutti thread is so good for... How Accent, Mirage and Spagetti threads highlight appliqued... 1 easy way to add a quilt binding,... Using combinations of 100wt, 80wt, 50wt, 12wt threads... Why using Invisafil thread is best for adding... 7 comments laurie murley February 26, 2017 - 1:04 am I love the look of the quilt so cute Reply Christina moore February 25, 2017 - 12:12 pm This is so pretty Reply Christine Baker February 25, 2017 - 6:42 pm Thanks Christina! Reply MaryBeth February 25, 2017 - 7:55 am Thanks for another great tutorial. I love watching how people quilt. I made a quilt for my mom trying to quilt feathers and found the flowers much easier, haha. Reply Christine Baker February 25, 2017 - 6:44 pm Hi MaryBeth – I found flowers much easier at the start too and was really nervous to do my first feathers, but now I LOVE them! It’s all about practice, practice, practice 🙂 Reply Lee Lenfest February 24, 2017 - 9:39 pm this is cool! Reply Christine Baker February 25, 2017 - 6:44 pm Thanks Lee! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.